A people-centric view of a data-centric world
Download the complete ebook here: Big Data- slipping its moorings
I am not a number– I am a data point. How cohorts create a loophole in privacy and identity.
Read the original versions of the ebook chapters in SecurityCurrent (see below)
1. Big Data and Us little people.
The argument goes that if we all understand each other’s roles relative to any given data point then the world of data itself, the data-centric system, can be understood.
What if that’s not entirely true?
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2. The Point Beside the Point
If we live in a data-centric world, it is still true that data are more immediate for some than for others. click here for more
Aggregating is the inverse of broadcasting. click here for more
4. For Whom the Bell Curve Tolls
People prefer to choose the groups they are in. click here for more
5. The Question of the Questions
If aggregation is becoming a monopoly of knowledge, then we need to ask some questions sooner than later. click here for more.
The train of thought kicked up a lot of dust as it went by. After the dust settled, there were these other things to consider click here for more.